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Sep 18, 2009 | 10:24 PM EDT

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The Journey is a simple maze game...or is it??? Make your way through 20 levels of peanut oil coated walls to escape from your coma!

Edit: Added a menu confirmation screen in case of accidental roll overs and fixed a spelling mistake.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

excellent

wow this is a excellent game good music good game and i got to admit it relaxes me every time i play it 11/10


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kokonut10 responds:

Glad you like it!


Clown1Clown1

Rated 5 / 5 stars

^_^

NICE WORK MATE, finished it first go didn't die once!


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kokonut10 responds:

Thanks! Good work!


MoozipanCheeseMoozipanCheese

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Fantastic

Really enjoyable, a good choice of relaxing music and a pretty solid maze game. Ideas aren't hugely original, but they are tried and tested and provide a solid ground for the game.


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kokonut10 responds:

Thanks! :)


spacemarine514spacemarine514

Rated 5 / 5 stars

THE MAIN MENU IS AWSOME!

ur a little smily face! aWSOME!


kokonut10 responds:

Indeed you are! :D


CoopCoop

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad

Though some of the levels get annoying after a while (level 5 was a bitch, as I thought it was cool to take a break, but no - you had to shut the door on me, didn't you?!) and the concept that you've given for this game has been done quite a few times before.

Perhaps there could have been some sort of more discernible plot to the game, rather than your "You've just woken up from a coma, the walls are covered with peanut oil, touch them and die" approach. Perhaps some of the plot could be exposed as the character tries to escape from this prison and as a result, there are things he learns about himself along the way?

The graphics aren't bad - just have the character made up like a human for the plot pieces, then have him represented by the top down blue circle, for example - make it look like his hat, or something like that.

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kokonut10 responds:

Thanks for the ideas! I may use them in the future. :)